The US manufacturer of Built-to-Order (BTO) desktops, laptops, workstations, servers and storage equipment, 3K Computers has recently released its new and tiny notebook – RazorBook 400 mini-notebook PC, which the company claims as one of the most travel-worthy notebooks ever made, running on Windows-friendly Linux Operating System.

“There has been a lot of comparison from bloggers to the Asus Eee PC due to its similar 7-inch LCD form factor,” said Dan Jacobs, CEO of 3K Computers. “The 3K RazorBook 400 is a unique product that was designed as a low-cost ($299) portable Internet appliance, not to replace your home PC or Notebook computer.”

Highlights Of RazorBook 400:

  • 7-inch WVGA (800×480 resolution) widescreen active matrix LCD TFT display
  • Low power consumption Ingenic 400 MHz 32-Bit Single Core Mobile Processor
  • 512MB DDR2 Memory
  • Internal full-size keyboard
  • 10/100 Ethernet port
  • Internal 4GB SSD (solid state drive)
  • Integrated Wireless 802.11b/g
  • 3 USB ports

According to the company, “Sure to be a favorite among students and travelers, the RazorBook 400 Mini Notebook UMPC supports mobile broadband Internet use, rich web content, and is ready to handle basic business tasks with an included suite of Office tools. The open source Office Suite opens most Microsoft Word Files and Excel Files, includes an E-mail Client, and a PDF Reader.”

The new and ultra-portable 3K RazorBook 400 which measures 8.25(L) x 5.5(W) x 1.25(D) inches and weights under 2 pounds is now available for $299.